WEST CHESTER, PA. – The Apprentice School golf team recorded a spring season low round of 309 on Sunday to sit in second place at the Immaculata Spring Invitational held at Hershey Mill Golf Club.
Sophomore Eric Johnston shot a season low 72 to sit second in the event held at the 6,247 yard, par-71 course. That marks the lowest round of the year for Johnston. Junior Ben Hunter sits tied for fifth place with a 74 while Kyle Mutter is in seventh place with a 76. Cody Griffith added an 87 to round out the Builders total of 309.
Albright College leads the event with a 307 to sit two strokes ahead of the Builders. Swarthmore College is in third place with a 316, followed by Elizabethtown (323) then Wesley College and Ursinus College share fifth (325).
The final round is scheduled to tee-off on Monday at 10:30 am.
IMMACULATA SPRING INVITATIONAL
Hershey Mill Golf Club
West Chester, PA
TEAM SCORES: Albright 307, Apprentice School 309, Swarthmore 316, Elizabethtown 323, Ursinus 325, Wesley 325, Keystone 332, Immaculata 336, Stockton 337, Newumann 342, Valley Forge Christian 355, Rosemont 500.
MEDALIST: Avery Jones (Albright) 70.
APPRENTICE SCORES: 2. Eric Johnston 72, T5. Ben Hunter 74, 7. Kyle Mutter 76, T36. Cody Griffith 87, T45. Forrest Barefoot 90.